MEDIA STRATEgiES ANAlyziNg Artists respond to conflict Student Book, Pages 48–52 Identifying Point of View and Bias ▼ About the Selection ● ● MatEriaLS ● Student Book pages 48–52 ● BLM 4, BLM 11 Form: Artwork (Sculpture, Mixed Media, Painting) Summary: A variety of artwork, linked by their common theme of conflict, is presented. outcomes S/L: Speaking and Listening r/V: Reading and Viewing W/r: Writing and Representing S/L 3.3 R/V 4.3 Analyze the positions of others Use a variety of reading and viewing processes and strategies to construct meaning R/V 7.1 Evaluate stylistic techniques that contribute to meaning and effect R/V 7.4 Justify how texts reveal ideologies and identities W/R 9.2 Use appropriate form, style, and content for specific audiences and purposes Assessment for Learning: overview oNgoiNg obSErVatioN Students who understand will ● identify the purpose and aSSESSMENt Demonstration Task, page 67 Key Assessment Questions ● What can you infer about each artist’s purpose and point of view from point of view of a media/ visual text ● analyze techniques used these visual texts? ● How did identifying point of view and bias inform your interpretation of to create bias, including selection/omission of viewpoints and word choice ● evaluate the influence of a each visual text? Assessment Tools BLM 4: Class Tracking Sheet: Media—Identifying Point of View and Bias BLM 11: Rubric: Identifying Point of View and Bias DiffErENtiatED iNStruCtioN If students do not understand the strategy, use Differentiated Instruction (DI) To Support, page 65. media/visual text in shaping or changing a viewer’s point of view ● explain how identifying point of view and bias helps a viewer interpret a media/ visual text NEL Artists Respond to Conflict 63